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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919 THE 'LRTimmDfiK. DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Might Weren't (or Buddy. Wellington CEfZVN-Y ONE OEWEU OF A VALET? COLLECTIONS Every Business IE trended on credit and supported by Its col- lections. are specialists. Send us your sloiv and doubt- ful accounts. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonild Block. Phone 1616 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERAt-L PRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avtnut South :_______ Claims There is Little Chance of Goyt. Being West Holds Halftncc of I'ower OTTAWA, Jan. cnnouncc- dent tli at parliament will convene on February 204Vtot Elertod-a. stream o! political gossip toiid discussion which seema likely to continue until into summer. In this, Epocula- 11 a wrlous division should oo- cur In the ranks tit the V e-stern dele- anything might Uappon. Still when (hero Is prosyoct of trouble and the avereso M. P: In. asked to go tiiu government tie "waa elect- ed .to ciipu in Eelf the'qiiestton and, unless them Is a teirly substantial reason glv- on, fco'ls usually prepared to leavo well enough alone. Ths Tariff is much talk about the tariff, being an during the It -may be; hirt this Is by no means as cerUin as some think. Until the results of the Peace Con ference are known it te useless for practical men to commit themselves definitely to ooncrate proposals, for they do not know what the- economic roar be, air Wilfrid Laur- tlon and conjecture terms a v ery large part. There aro the usual predictions that always precede a session was irlso when ho postponed the announccmant his policy iintil after the Peace Conference, Autl one ean quite that to those the government's ranks who are- an- itcus io hnrd radical tariff changes, -'hadn't you hotter i at more> Ulo future Is uncertain. Respecting government will wait tha coining session tho" prophets havo been'-bualer than they have been for any other held within-Uig last 25 jeara. What la more, nine-tenths of them have been positive that there would be a 'break-up" IQ which Union SGTQramC'nt will disappear. It-Is to bo.observed, however, that the prophets are by no means as posl- live today as1 they wero a( month or weeks asb. Some oE'them sill, te-' the government will be disposed io make certain vunuvsmum to Its low tariff following from the west, Melehen, and Slfton are low-tariff men and while thoy undoubtedly would ho1 make radical, reductions :at the pres- ent time, their, Influence will certain ly be in Urn direction 'of tariH tevi slon downwards; Since It the west Ihat the such ni HL If Everj' Soldier Allowed to Kile Afler Having En- listed Official circles are disposed to take NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given to all cred- itors of .the Long Jim and I-ong Soon Co. ot Chaninion, Alta- thnt on n Tlie new provincial labor bureau in In the Estate of JoMph Stansllaus f if Uihuiitigc, Aibcria, February 15th, we, the W. Travellina Ssjsiman, Deceased. num atll] Co win not rcEllonsiblc i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,or any !ncurrcd by (he I-ong i all pcreons-havlng claims upon the Jim LOTg Roon Co' i estate of the above named Joseph AllJ. peraon having any claim to the Stanislaus Fleury. who died on ..the 12th day of November, A. 1918. at LeUibrliige. aro required lo ftijTVlth. John Vaselenak, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitor lor Alfred Fleury, the Adinln- the Hull block seems now to istrator- herein; by tho 15th day of March, A'. D. 1919, a full statement struck ita and employers vermedi of their clalms antt o( those wanting employment are begin- any securities held hy them, and that ning to it to supply their; after that date tho A-Iminlstrslor will wants. Tom Ixmgworth, who has. distribute the assets of the deceased a different view of tho plan whereby! general charge, of the bureau, and J.i among the parties entitled thereto. service overseas counted as homestead residence than, that expressed in miny parts of the west. It will be remem- bered that some time ago much crit- icism was directed against the govern- in ent because it was learned that, wbere homestead entry was made af- ter 'enlisting for service, the time of enlistment did not count as homestead residence, whereas, if entry was mado before'ehllstment "the time of. service overseas did count. The'department of the Interior A. Weir, who is particularly interest- J having regard only to the claims of .c-d in the farm labor problem, are botu i which notice has been so filed or on the joT) and ere heing kept busy, 'which which have been brought to The reconstruction their knowledge. through Secretary, Midilieon, has! Bated Ibis 27th-day of January, A. JOHN" VASELENAK, Solicitor for Alfred Fleury, turued orer to the Bureau information D. 1919. concerning 16 returned who are looking tor .wpri. These are all France men, of whom 10 are married. Administrator. Ten of them aro laborers, two are vul- Leihbrldge, Albert; eantzers, two: are teamsters, one Is Approved: J. A, Jackson, J.D.C, an electrician and one a Japanese who saw some hard'fighting In the front. said must make claim to the below before the staled date. W. QUM; P. O. Boi 152. Chatnpiou, AHa.j PROPERTY FOR SALE Mentio FOIt Good house, bansaiu for! cash. 4 betlrooms, 2 lots.. Apply own- Boi 53 Herald. Closed and Hcstetj Car City and Country Trips Office PhoiK........i... 1208 RESIDENCE Phons 1093 FOR An eight roomed fully modern house, with gas, light, ate. Half block from school, one block from car line. Apply C35 Sth ,St. 35-6 HOUSES FOR belieto that we have a listing of every good buy in houses, tor sale In this city. We :a. have had 11 years' eipeflence. Hows- ley Land Agency- i-l t that the expected breaV. TV' I substantial support It is natural to come; but they are by no, means j think .that H frill defer considerably Of it they On weMftrn opinion This eeemfe to other hand some of the veil best Juflg jbe the view geaorallj _among ea now think that a break up J- qolte i those sbooltl Vnow -vniistan Uiey iipprobable, holding Ibal milfiss tbo speak. imoxjiecied happens, the seems to be of the opinion that the iine Mr. Is very government's ruilDg in the matter was j right and proper. Thej departmenti feels that if the'government had1 is-1 sued instructions that every man who enlisted for overseas servico should have the right to make homestead en-.: try after he enlisted, his time to count dpting hia absence, 'every sold- ier 'In.Canada .would have, wanted to nov. unx went TilJ coino safely .Uirougli the I I To tellTtha member at tbo cabinet! that .liolwccn itlieni pjlsls n spirit of hoar ly co-operation, and, from'ivhat an' outsider can see, Uiis scerus'to be o. lalrly ac- Uiey are many elements that render the outlook uncertain, IJ should'also lie borao m mind tliat certain strong influences are manifc t ing unusual actmtj in ihe effort to stabilize the situation: Tiie fear of Bolshevism is more-pronounced than many jieoplo think addition U) Uii" men of affair" are eager thai nothing shpuld be ilbne tliat IsilikeK furUier to unsettle business conditions The most reliable opinion Is that the curate vie oC situitton If tinuncial and indintrial Outlook Is jng note" aro uttered in-Uio bright If rtlslnrtilag factors are kept chamber tbev aru not heanl out on, in check and one is sife' In saying tlio street. Sudi Is, the situation as' that substantial will ilo their far on unprojudtced obaoner can iitmoit in exerting a restraining Influ seo rt i nerenllf Mr Oalder, whcf de Ih eretl in the. tirsl on the governmenVfi repatriation policy Mas at pains that division existed In the Cabinet Ho lent irmcrr limber and declaicd that'the-minis- were prepared lo ekand together and BOO thrwugh tho groat work of 're construction and repatriation, camb as no' surprise to1 thoso This who 1 knew the.facts: but no doubt It iraa a surprise to many hMe ncctpt- ed as truo tho numeroua rumors of eaily dissolution and the lllco that havo ufion going the ronnus. Ministers Will. Stick TOUi a possible, exception of one or two ministers, It may he accepted as a fact tliat the present "members of- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ani-ious to secure work for these men, and is: doing Ills best to place them. Any special telp any citizen can otter a 12-2o tractor- hltmdll be. appreciate J. of ally good mate. .Must-lie In good- shape. Apply Boi.71 Herald. Jf. ft'.'oi' %TB.IKERS, RIOT BELFAST. Jan. attack- tako advantage of tha fact -nth the re- leu SPUI last night "eeking to suit that alt the homestead lands in centre their assaults on stores the west would been lied uu bj 'ng lights Ona-l.rse ,'ore an enoTnious number of entries, the generates its own electncitj and was [argir percentage of which would be brllllznlly Has stoned WAN TED TO owner. 1200 sheep, mostly ewes. Price must he "What have'you to of- fer. Apply Box 37 Herald.- to 246-0 FOR semi-mod- ern cottage, lot 40x125 feet, chicken house and run, Clejr title. Taxes [laid. Cheap for cash cf terms. Apply J5S 1SIU St. north.. FOIf Fully niodefn house, '3rd Ave. south, near 12th SL, 7 rooms and bath, large garage. Easy terms. Would take an automobile on deal. Apply owner on premises, li'l'S 3rd Ave'. S. 3S-6 FOR. One 'of tha finest homes, in the city. Well built. Fully; modern Portland, Oregon, Bldg eight roomed house with, full base bj men hail no intention lo be- come homesteaders but would simply bold thfc land for purposes This til4 thinks would have retarded rather thai niaM settle, reent the mob. LAND FOR SALE JOR ten acre garden 250 gallon Bteel tank to Uie on trailer for gasoline or pbone Han sen's Auto Pilling Station, Barons, Alia. Phone 47 TYPEWRITERS, Office Furniture, Safes, Bought and Sold for cash or nient, hot water heating on .'SO foot lot.. A bargain, south. Apply 4th Are. r FOR- folly modern house with hath, cement .base- ment and all modern conveniences. Barn and- chicken coop.- One block tract and one twenty-ncro tract, both Southard Block. Irrigated and under cultivation near WAN lEfPlOO head i McLean School W J J lovd 218, tsteera Sherlock bmck of work hor: AMERICAN DELEGATES PARIS." Jan. American members of the named by, the peace confernec6 to .visit Poland are Major-Ceil. Francis J." Kernan, fcf and Professor Robert H. Lord, of Harvard jUnlverdty, the: ._ .____ ermcan commissions eicert on Ru- te'epiione, fenced, clear sia and Poland. II is expected Ilia tltle.yF. Smith. H25 Gib Ave. north, commission 'will leave'for Poland next week. FOR or ml1 exchange na> cash for balance J Harry John (or duelling improved quarter near Eton, R R 1, High Hirer, Alia Estevan, Sask. House, ham. granar MAY BE IDLE PAHIS Jan 27-j-lt is said Ihat s.llkCwo'rkors at Basel; Switzer-j land, soon will beiOiit Of -work nnlcss 1 the Swiss government is able to estab- lish trade- agreements the great powen PETER VERY ILL BASEL, Jan King- Peler of Serbia, has been Iil> suffered a anJ ia to he in a ser- ious according to advices from Lajbach 1 HAVEiVe'NfSON OTTAWA, Jan 27-Writ'ng from tho cnblnot will stick'not only for tlie Germany, Fred James official cession, fbut they will tmks an at correspondent wllh the Camdkn teuipt to stick for a much tenser time "ays Venison Ij becoming It vroulfl as though, for the time tioy1 wpre oorrtsnt to twl their way -without rnaMng long plans If they IraS tho footing fairlv firm they v.111 pAViably slAnd together perma attompt to form a pftrrai nent oigahliKtlori It, unexpectedly, thft g6vernraeiit li ;irTecXe4t then thpao jiho compoeo It irlli attempt to malte tho best deal they can.; mean- time they are Tjllnrt-irho refuse to 'ad- rift that, Mfancea WorVtlng slroagly con- tinuanoa of In of flea for It all "z me lll liatdiy fall ;to tain KdtantAgo of an oiiiiortnnrty tha former In to thta Ui6 mttst reckon with certain diKeahranl etc Trenlfi within Its own finks, prlrfchial 1y the Qrottp' J If Uie. .Unionist delegation Toinalnif aoHdi thero la no pogssble of the govcmnwrrt ticfiig "do- Jealcri ilie Ginger Group mi> crltl Anrf Uirftalon, but It H liardl> likelV to drive.ont'Slfllohorl Kofden' in'order''li .Wilfrid In iwwfif rllBposed (o do iUcouItl not imistor enough rwrlorii H It Uie .West solid, tin .tho other quite a common item of the tnenn of some of the Canadian units in inity of the front lino eas( of the nhlne. -USE- PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate' dcdTery to any part cily. Car, load lots 'for export. Wire or Wrllc. Good coal maVea warm frionds, HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Fifth iOR SALE..OH REN acres 1918. broafetag ready for drill, would take partner that ftould Buppl) cash to farm. ..All or. part 50-50. or rent all -or part-Of 'aamo. Herald. Apply Boi 41 36-6 comroissiou.1' ETerall and from. Fleelwnod .cash. 92-0 or half cash and thoS-eat m trade, Boi rnHeri caltla 2' trade good' roomed No (30 o4, 6th KL soutll corner of 6tb Full sUed basement, cemeDt floor, hot water heating; gas iu building, large verandah'across-east and north side of building, beautiful trees hedge ami-lawn; a ealt at >our Uome in everj respect. Tno rsal Second stands on 2 iota size" of eacli AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Sozrd Licenie'No. 9-11103 j 2S7-0 Dr. A. T.Spankie M.DV C.M. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 P. Uarns Building, Corner 81h AT-A 2nd St East, Calory, pfflco Phone MZS-18 -Residence Phone M2077 Interne UOUSF Surgeon, Eye, Ear, and' Throat Hospital. New York Cilf, 1911-1914. Bpeclallit to Cilgary Sehojl Board Free! Elliott GENERAL TINSM1TH1NG .Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBllirJGE, ALTA. DRAYING Of All WesternTransferCo. Limited tm WX4 160 Two Miles from Skiff Level, and free from i A snap at per acre baltnco half -crop pay- ments. CHAS. T.' COUSINS SKIf F, ALTA. Red {or lne con.lruc- STOCK' PROPOSITION HO ACRK3 In the best a'ld grata section In Alberta, northeast of Cal- 20 Will sell Mctfon.for tl8.00.per acre or will trade rr.y equity which Is r'good' horses. I also hate different half section! at mlted and to for lock In the district, William Klnman, V O. Box 445 R1010, FOR acrei 4 mllM eMt of Midaod, one of bMt In Soatiero Alberta, about MO acrw can be aeeded thli tprlac wltli Very ipeclfli of tender obtained at the office of the 1 Minister of Municipal Affairs, Parlla nent Balldlngi, Edmonton, Alberta, the of the Department of Sold leu' Civil Ue-establlshment, Engineer- ing M7 Bsverldge Bldg., Cal- gary, Tenders will not ccittdered unless made on Ibe'forms accompanying spectflcatlons and In ac- cordance with the condition! set forth Kicfe tender most be panted by an accepteA cheqae on a chartered payable (o the order of Proflnclal Treasurer of Alberta lo cent o? tie amount of the trtder War loan bonds of Domtnlon will also be accepted >s nrlty or war bonds and cheques If re- [fo4 to an ddd amount. at Kdmontoi, AlbftrU, Uila little labor, all fenced, inall build on place; atrinf ta clear of emcanbrancM. PrtM tKM per acre, 'own, ta equal ImtaliDestg at 7 per cemt for ftrther write Rkharn Kob- ertm, .WifteiKUh, D8.A, Tractor Repairs We fn reborlen mi tractor cyllnderi. anJ flttrnt OTenfie platotlfl and rlOKf. We bare ta Block afprtaeni ovenfte pfttpat popttta: mtKsi of (as tractora Ford Engines Rebored NlVEN BROS. 218 lit Avt. Phene 1739 JOth of Janttarr, i A O Municipal Aftalra Ad B !R, A M) CANADA FOOD NUMBER MW L. A. H. Roosa THE1 8AGGAQE, TRANSFER LIGHT ORAYINQ' COAL ORDERS, O.O.D. S Day nljhf service to any train when called. Pianos mov- ed i PHONE 1869 Residence 9g2 2nd-Avenue SoirtS WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER ;